In case of marketing studies, its not good to wash-out the brands segments, but Nike obviously lectured us about that. These clubs evolved through a successful playing history and got an improvement every step its evolution made. Experienced Nike disciples will notice that this Sumo2 fairway wood is unusually almost as long as a driver off the tee, but despite the Sumo2 gargantuan-driver philosophy it got a smaller box which works nicely through the turf and it performs like a smaller club from a tight lie. The Nike SQ Sumo2 features the typical square shape which pushes weight to the corners, a lightweight cryogenic-steel face, the “powerbow” weighting at the back of the head to promote a higher launch angle and a sturdy Diamana Graphite shaft by Mitsubishi. Clever design, outstanding buzz and the Nike square box shape, what a nice fairway game to come.